Right, so I checked out a new friend's blog and he got me thinking. This is gonna sound like the old me, all philosophical like I was before the daily crap came pouring down. I may not have gotten his point, but what he typed did spark my curiosity towards the unchangeable...that which we don't understand fully. Those little tidbits of information that keep you wondering for hours. EinyMeiny's book of philosophy has another add-on and I've said it before, but I'll say it again: Knowledge isn't everything, it's what you DO with that knowledge that counts.
I can't put into words what I mean without destroying it entirely, but think on it. Just because you know how to do something, doesn't matter if you don't use it. Don't get me wrong, though, you can learn all you want about things, hell, you can come up with your own ideas on how things work and live by them, but that won't matter if you don't share it or use it.
Consider the wind, it changes constantly. For some people, they don't notice it until it is blowing hard and even then they complain. That is how most people are. They don't think on how it works or what it means. Then again, those who don't understand might be like me and spend hours considering it, but that is useless unless you share the idea's. I'll do that later on....and, yes, it's so that I won't be a hypocrite.
Someone may understand what makes the wind blow and either lose interest in the wind entirely or gain more perspective on it. This may also cause poetic ideas...share them, we're interested. Another one of my points: Be Careful of what you decide to learn about. If you choose something that fascinates you...like snow...(lots of snow where i'm at) then don't do it. You'll lose that curiosity for good.
As you've probably guessed, my interest is in the wind, air. Sure, science has proven how, why and what, but not who. It's my belief that the wind was created by someone, I don't know who. Maybe for fun, or maybe to guide lost souls to their proper place, to create that beautiful fall look, to entice the senses by carrying smells....some not so welcome as others...I've lost my main point and have now basically created a rant, but I'm sure you readers have got the point...or at least part of it.
Consider what you don't know, not what you do. Hey! another quote to add to my book. 😃
This has been a post by Einy_Meiny, guru of the obvious.